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Premium Member The Alaskan Pipeline
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to east 
Northern Alaskan mountain chain.
An area 40 miles wide by...

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Categories: pollution, education, environment, history, technology, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse

Premium Member Now And Then And Now Again
Though still within our infancy, 
we strive to thrive, but woefully 
we flash and flaunt our 'primacy',
display our trophies pridefully.
Our terra firma ecstasy
destroys survival's harmony,
lays waste to life on land and sea.
Mankind, thy name...

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Categories: corruption, culture, environment, money, pollution, racism, religion,
Form: Monorhyme
Scent of Paddy Flower
Scent Of Paddy Flower


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Categories: pollution, art, childhood, hope, journey, life, philosophy, water,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Watching isms
There is a world of difference
between schism and jism,
but they both end up the same.

Just as patriarchal Roman Catholicism
overpowers living and breathing Christianity,
so too does Capitalism
overpower cooperative capital co-investment,
so too does autocratic rationalism
overpower syncretic enculturing...

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Categories: pollution, culture, earth day, health, philosophy, psychological, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member For Shame
The inky black water sucks her in further
As she descends into the black depths of the abyss
Cloying dark swirls cover her head as soundlessly it reaches
Possessing her every inhalation – exhalation - it envelopes her...

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Categories: betrayal, environment, natural disasters, peace, pollution,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Warning-Poisoned by Love

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Categories: death, lost love, passion, pollution,
Form: Concrete
Me and My Rambling
Isn't this what the Bible predicted? A false God and chaos

and plagues and bad weather and detriment caused to our 

climate by global warming and pollution. We aren't supposed 

to be messing around with mother...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pollution, happiness, humorous,
Form: Blank verse
Pink Pink Pink

Pink- Pink- Pink-

Every peak has its own attractions,
Like the mountains,
The mounts of a woman,
Have always remained, 
Her pride possessions. 01

It has the charms,
More intoxicating than wine,
As it reveals the beauty,
Of a woman's alluring binds. 02


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Categories: pollution, child, health, life, pride, time,
Form: Free verse
Pouring Sun
Breathe in and out and don’t fall for the lies of society
We are breathing in pollution of poverty
Heartaches are blameless, but I am blameful 
Shattered and insignificant…left on the floor…wasteful

Apparently, you are different and better...

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Categories: pollution, anger, art, deep, depression, freedom, grief, how
Form: Free verse
Waters And Skies
You can always tell by the eyes
When they’re starting to go
You’ll fall for a few of their lies
Before you begin to know
And you will just defy it
(But they know you will never go)

They’ll glide through...

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Categories: pollution, addiction, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI 51 - Tongue-Teasing Epigrams

If you want to give someone a « taste of his own medicine", you must first obtain sufficient quantities of the same medicine in the market, and if it’s out-of-stock -...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pollution, corruption, judgement, planet, poetry, science, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Healing Projects
I had two big projects
from 1970 to 1975,
The first,
to earn a usually white Bachelor dual-major degree
(which sounds at least sexist
as a usually black, brown, red, yellow Mistress nondegree)
of deep learning about yin/yang,
east/west interconnections
cultural communions
between persuasive...

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Categories: pollution, community, faith, health, history, integrity, psychological, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Cherishing DiaLogical Earth
More Yang/Yin Conversation with Adam Robersmith

Robersmith (p. 47, Justice On Earth): 
" is showing us something important:
We are affecting our climate
and ecosystems
in ways that are detrimental to life
on the planet
and to how we live."

Yin: Science...

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Categories: pollution, community, earth, games, health, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
The once fine air, refreshens with dust
Between the village horizon and crest
Since the sailing of a death chemical chimney.

Young green plants seedlings growing on slope
Are left to sip these  carcinogenic dusts, sapling
And entwined...

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Categories: pollution, corruption, death of a friend, depression, emotions,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A WISH FOR FISH

Washed up on shores around the world
Already dead, a whale, a dolphin a shark, 
All marine life is suffering, the situation
Has become absurd, 
The facts real and stark!
My Fairy God mother...

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Categories: pollution, fish,
Form: Free verse
I was taught by   my father to be obedient in the dense forest to save the individuals trees, stop destruction to plantation. I cannot be silent under the detriment from lumberjacks to global...

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Categories: pollution, earth, farm, flower,
Form: Free verse
thinking Of the Devil
I am outside without me
I am…using my third eye and I smile, sugar-coating a truth with a plastic, messy lie
I don’t know the day you crashed, but you are going through so much in your...

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Categories: pollution, beautiful, best friend, betrayal, blessing, depression, desire,
Form: Free verse
Yoga in Poem A Novel Approach Step 5

Yoga in Poem A Novel Approach Step 5

Anulom Vilom or The Science of Alternate Breathing


Take your right thumb on your right nostril and while pressing and closing it inhale a deep slow...

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Categories: pollution, health, inspirational, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Disorganized Religion
As traumatized as I am
by the history of organized elitist creeds,
including religious and judicious,

I am even more terrified
by my experience of disorganized unnatural spirituality,
dissociated bicamerality,
unenchanting mono-laterality,
win/lose egocentrism,
flirting with lose/lose climates of nihilism,
anthropocentric chauvinism,
inhumane unnatural straight...

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Categories: pollution, culture, earth, health, humanity, humor, integrity, peace,
Form: Political Verse
I went from ghetto living
And the ghetto kind of days
To being up out of it
And to seeing better days.
Now the truth stays 
And my mind plays,
in a blessed way
defying the lie defining me 
in my...

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© James West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pollution, america, freedom, god, hope, humanity, independence day,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hang Man
   This has been a hot minute to say the cold hard truth. I second that! Glasses full of hours turn hands into long time. Darkness saves the day. Light work is easy....

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Categories: pollution, adventure, analogy, conflict, imagery, metaphor, truth,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A Short Story From A Friend
"Remember when you were a careless eight-year-old kid riding a bike with your friends, racing each other around the neighborhood? Remember that feeling of absolute freedom as you felt the wind in your hair (if...

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Categories: pollution, appreciation, child, confidence, encouraging, endurance, friendship, trust,
Form: Narrative
My Heart Died A Little Bit Today
My Heart Died A Little Bit Today
My heart died a little bit today
I watched the news and felt it skip a beat
Seeing the death and destruction on the streets
I remembered back when things seemed...

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Categories: patriotic, political, pollution,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member New Year's Baby 2015
The New Year’s Baby each year starts out fresh and new,
Always exciting, the life of the party, and never blue.
He’s a quite active little Cherub who’s cute and funny,
And he’ll be there at the stroke...

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Categories: pollution, allegory, earth, emotions, feelings, hope, imagination, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Under attack
Changing God's law shameful truth 
illusions of demonic forces at work 
pawns in a foolish game 
blind slaves who say they are free

Giving the synagogue of satan ultimate domination 
imposing the luciferian ideology on the...

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Categories: pollution, dark,
Form: Free verse